UTAH
FREEZER REPAIR
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Same-day service available, because the last thing you need is a broken freezer.

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UTAH
FREEZER REPAIR
SERVICE

How It Works:

1. Schedule

Contact us anytime to schedule a convenient day and time that works best for you.

2. Repair & Service

Our repairman will quickly and accurately diagnose, repair, service or maintenance your freezer.

3. Enjoy

Enjoy your properly working freezer, and relax knowing you’re covered by our satisfaction guarantee.

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BRANDS WE REPAIR

We Repair, Service, And Maintain Most Major Freezer Brands, Makes, and Models in Utah

POPULAR SERVICES:

- Utah Freezer Repair
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- Freezer Service or Maintenance
- Freezer Inspection or Diagnosis
- Freezer Installation
- Same Day Freezer Repair
- Emergency Freezer Repair

THE JOB DONE RIGHT

Our repairman will accurately diagnose and fix problems correctly… the first time.

CLEAN, UNIFORMED TEAM

Our repairmen are uniformed, odor-free, well-groomed, and passed a background check.

MANUFACTURER APPROVED

We honor manufacturer warranties on parts and labor, and only use approved materials.

WE CAN REPAIR ANY FREEZER PROBLEM

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11 COMMON FREEZER PROBLEMS

Which one do you need fixed?

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13 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor is running constantly. (2) Defrost Drain Tube is frozen or clogged. (3) Defrost Heating Element fails, or is burned out. (4) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (5) Defrost Thermostat is not accurately sensing coils temperature, or turning on/off the defrost heater. (6) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck closed. (7) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (8) Door or Lid Gasket / Seal is cracked, distorted, torn, or dirty. (9) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is constantly sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (10) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not turning on the defrost heater. (11) Door Hinges are bent or misaligned. (12) Temperature Control or Thermostat contacts are stuck closed. (13) User Control (or electronic display board) isn’t monitoring or adjust the temperature correctly.
Enjoy a Frost-free Freezer again.
too cold, freezing
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9 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor components are wearing out or has failed. (2) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (3) Condenser Fan Motor Bearings are worn out or dry. (4) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (5) Evaporator Fan Motor Grommet is worn out, torn, or detached. (6) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (7) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits. (8) Evaporator Fan Blade damaged, or has a broken spring clip. (9) Evaporator Fan Motor humming, buzzing, or clicking noise.
Enjoy a Quite Freezer again.
noisy - makes strange noises
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14 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor is locked up, or not compressing refrigerant. (2) Compressor Start Relay (or controller) is defective. (3) Compressor Start Relay (or controller) is overheating, or burnt out. (4) Run Capacitor is defective, or preventing the compressor from running. (5) Defrost Timer Contacts have failed. (6) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (7) Electronic Control Board is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (8) Electronic Control Board is not sensing when to run the compressor. (9) Overload Or Relay-Start Capacitor is overheating or arcing. (10) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not sensing the temperature accurately. (11) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (12) Cold Control & Temperature Control is not supplying power. (13) Control Panel display is failing, keys are stuck, or wires are faulty. (14) Start Capacitor is overheating, or not sending power to the compressor.
Enjoy a Running Freezer again.
stopped running, won't start
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19 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (2) Condenser Fan Motor Bearings are worn out or dry. (3) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (4) Defrost Control Board is not properly monitoring or running the defrost cycle. (5) Defrost Heater Assembly is defective. (6) Defrost Heater wire filament is faulty, or burned out. (7) Defrost Thermostat is defective, or contacts stuck closed. (8) Defrost Thermostat is not accurately sensing coils temperature, or turning on/off the defrost heater. (9) Defrost Timer is not cycling the heater on, or advancing properly. (10) Door or Lid Gasket / Seal is cracked, distorted, torn, or dirty. (11) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is constantly sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (12) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not turning on the defrost heater. (13) Evaporator Coils are frosted over. (14) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (15) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (16) Sealed System is leaking. (17) Temperature Control (or thermostat) sensor bulb is damaged or improperly positioned. (18) Temperature Control or Thermostat contacts are welded or stuck closed. (19) User Control (or electronic display board) isn’t displaying, monitoring, or adjust the temperature correctly.
Enjoy a Properly Running Freezer again.
runs constantly, or too long
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14 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor is not compressing or circulating refrigerant. (2) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (3) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (4) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (5) Defrost Heating Element fails, or is burned out. (6) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (7) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (8) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (9) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (10) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (11) Evaporator Fins have frost build up. (12) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (13) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (14) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Freezer again.
not cooling or cold
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23 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Evaporator Coils are frosted over. (2) Compressor is locked up, or not compressing refrigerant. (3) Compressor is not compressing or circulating refrigerant. (4) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (5) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (6) Condenser Fan Motor Bearings are worn out or dry. (7) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (8) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (9) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn. (10) Door Hinges are bent or misaligned – air leaks. (11) Door is open. (12) Door Seals have gaps, are torn, or worn out. (13) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (14) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (15) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (16) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (17) Sealed System is leaking. (18) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (19) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not sensing the temperature accurately. (20) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is out of calibration. (21) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat wire terminals are loose or corroded. (22) Temperature Control Board is faulty or shorted out. (23) User Control (or electronic display board) isn’t displaying, monitoring, or adjust the temperature correctly.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Freezer again.
too warm, not cooling or cold
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4 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Defrost Heater Assembly fails to turn on. (2) Defrost Thermostat is not accurately sensing coils temperature, or turning on/off the defrost heater. (3) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (4) Door or Lid Gasket / Seal is cracked, distorted, torn, or dirty.
Enjoy a Properly Working Freezer again.
coils frozen
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13 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor is locked up, or not compressing refrigerant. (2) Compressor is not compressing or circulating refrigerant. (3) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (4) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (5) Control Panel display is failing, keys are stuck, or wires are faulty. (6) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (7) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (8) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn – air leaks. (9) Door Hinges are bent or misaligned – air leaks. (10) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (11) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (12) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (13) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Freezer again.
high-temperature alarm
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4 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (2) Condenser Fan Motor Bearings are worn out or dry. (3) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (4) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn – air leaks. (5) Door Hinges are bent or misaligned – air leaks.
Enjoy a Properly Running Freezer again.
too hot - overheating
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6 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Switch is not detecting the door position, or senses the door is open when it’s closed. (2) Light Assembly is defective. (3) Light Board is faulty, or not receiving the proper voltage. (4) Light Bulb is burnt out, or has a broken filament. (5) Light Control Plate is shorted out. (6) Light Socket is faulty, or not getting power.
Enjoy a Working Lights again.
lights not working
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Circuit Breaker has tripped. (2) Outlet is faulty. (3) Power Cord is shorting out. (4) Power Cord Prongs are disconnected. (5) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Working Freezer again.
no power - won't turn on

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Circuit Breaker
Cold Control
Cold Control Thermostat
Compressor
Compressor Components
Compressor Start Relay (controller)
Condenser Coils
Condenser Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Motor Bearings
Control Panel display
Defrost Bi-Metal Termination Thermostat
Defrost Control Board
Defrost Drain Tube
Defrost Heater Assembly
Defrost Heater wire filament

Defrost Heating Element
Defrost Sensor
Defrost Thermostat
Defrost Timer
Defrost Timer Contacts
Door
Door Gaskets or Seals
Door Hinges
Door or Lid Gasket / Seal
Door Seals
Door Switch
Electronic Control Board
Electronic Display Board
Evaporator Coils
Evaporator Fan Blade

Evaporator Fan Motor
Evaporator Fan Motor Grommet
Evaporator Fins
Fan Blade
Light Assembly
Light Board
Light Bulb
Light Control Plate
Light Socket
Main Control Board
Outlet
Overload Or Relay-Start Capacitor
Power Control Board
Power Cord
Power Cord Prongs

Run Capacitor
Sealed System
Start Capacitor
Temperature Control
Temperature Control
Temperature Control Board
Temperature Control Sensor Bulb
Temperature Control Thermostat
Temperature Sensor
Thermistor
Thermostat
Thermostat Sensor Bulb
User Control
Water Inlet Valve
Wires